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Bachelor’s in Histotechnology, BS

Join the Health Care Team as a Histotechnologist

Histotechnologists work behind the scenes to help doctors treat and diagnose patients. In the Roosevelt program, you’ll learn how to apply dyes and chemicals to tissue to find microscopic abnormalities.

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Why Roosevelt for your Bachelor's

Histotechnology students working in lab

Hands-on hospital experience

Complete your first three years of course work at Roosevelt and finish your final year at Northwestern Memorial through our exclusive partnership.

Hands on learning from professor

Stand out with extra preparation

Roosevelt is the only bachelor’s level histotechnology program in Illinois. You’ll have in-depth training and an advantage going into the job market.

Graduating Students in the Auditorium Theatre - May 11, 2018

100% job placement rate

In the last five years, every histotechnology graduate has found a job six months after graduation. Clinical medical technologists earn an average of $54,180 per year (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). 

 

“ The histotechnology program has been an exciting addition to our allied health offerings. Northwestern Memorial Hospital approached Roosevelt University exclusively to work with them to design this program because of the difficulty in finding qualified employees in this field. As a result, our graduates field multiple employment offers after completion of their training.”
 

Kelly-Wentz-Hunter
Co-Dean College of Science, Health & Pharmacy, Roosevelt University

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